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the body part (above) for exercise video library with videos only. Click the body part (below) for anatomy, physiology and exercise information about the associated exercises. concentration curls are a great way to isolate your biceps and are great for finishing off your biceps workout. Run the low cable under your leg and kneel on the floor with your front leg in a 90 degree angle. Put your elbow and upper arm (triceps) across your middle thigh. Perform biceps curls through full range of motion, be careful not to hyperextend your arm. Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS
18 Mar 2011
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Total Gym Biceps curls are best used as an early biceps exercise and work well if supersetted with a core or abdominal exercise. To work the core, keep elbows at shoulder level and DO NOT lower them at all. In this example the client is not working his core. He also is not extending his wrists. Extending the wrists during biceps curls will take out forearm involvement and help you isolate your biceps. This will also spare your grip for lifting heavier weights later in your workout if that how you have it planned. Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS
9 Feb 2009
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These biceps curls on the total gym are a great way to isolate the biceps and eliminate any cheating by rocking your torso like a fish out of water like some people do. Some bodybuilders claim that hanging upside down before an upper body set or performing exercises upside down allow more blood to flow into the muscles. They claim a bigger pump = bigger muscles. Whether they have any scientific basis behind what they are saying is debatable but there is no debate that these biceps curls on the total gym give you a great pump in your biceps. Remember to get full biceps work do not flex your wrists and fully supinate your arms. Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS
11 Dec 2008
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Concentration biceps curls on the total gym are a total isolation of your biceps. Trainer Mike Behnken, MS, CSCS If you would like to build your biceps learn more about the Best Biceps Workout: *******askthetrainer****/best-biceps-workout.html
25 Jan 2009
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gyms have a free motion machine. If you don't know what a free motion is, or have never used one before you should try one out. A free motion is like a condensed cable crossover. This set of dual cable biceps curls is a great isolator of the biceps because your body is motionless with no way to cheat the common way people cheat on biceps curls with the lower back. Keep the elbows up towards the ceiling and keep the wrists in neutral alignment and curl the cables towards your shoulders. You can also pop back up using the resistance to help you and immediately transition into dual cable triceps curls to really pump up your arms. The free motion also allows you to work each biceps independently. If you are looking to build bigger muscles please read the simple facts about muscle building here: Trainer Mike Behnken, MS, CSCS
31 Jan 2009
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*******www.majorleaguehealth****/free-stuff.php We have tons of biceps and other muscle workouts available for free at our site! Check out our health video series - developed by real professional bodybuilders. We have a HUGE database of workout tips and training knowledge to help get you on track! If you have love handles, are overweight, or just want to get into better shape - we can help!
29 Dec 2008
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Gregg Valentino. that have largest biceps in the world aprox 28 inch biceps size
30 Jan 2009
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*******www.TrainFightWin**** This technique is a bicep cutter from the rubber guard for when your opponent is attempting to pull his arm out from "chill dog." Instead of just losing the rubber guard all together, you have the option to transition into this submission.
31 Jan 2009
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*******www.leehayward**** Two of the best exercises for working the brachialis and building nice bicep peak are the overhead cable curl from the lat pull down machine. And the reverse grip low pulley cable curl. These exercises really target and isolate the biceps and help develop more muscle fullness and shape. The brachialis muscle is right under the biceps and when it is fully developed it will help push the biceps up higher adding to the overall muscle peak. Do these exercises at the end of your bicep workouts as a finishing movement. Start with a heavy power exercise first, such as the standing barbell curl or dumbbell curl, and then move on to the overhead cable curls, and then do the low pulley cable reverse curls. 3-4 sets of about 10-15 reps per set will really give your biceps a great muscle pumping workout.
22 Apr 2009
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FREE NEWSLETTER: *******TheBestWayToExercise**** FREE BLOG: *******TheBestWayToExercise.Blogspot**** Pulling movements use the back (latissimus dorsi), but they also use the biceps (biceps brachii). Moving the elbow down or behind you uses the lats; flexing the elbow uses the biceps. Pulling movements have both actions happening simultaneously and so you have no choice but to use both muscle groups. However, there are two suggestions to help isolate the back muscles: First, NEVER work the biceps before working the back. A good rule of thumb is to always work the biggest muscle groups first. If you fatigue the biceps first, they will not allow you to use much resistance while working the back because they are also involved in pulling movements. Train back, then biceps, and preferably on the same day. Second, ALWAYS focus on using the lats in pulling movements. This can be accomplished by squeezing the shoulder blades together during the first part of the movement and focusing on pulling with the elbows (not the hands). Your hands should just be "going along for the ride". Pinch the shoulder blades and then pull the elbows back. Visualize your hands as hooks, dragging the weight. Examples of exercises in which you can use this principle are: Nautilus Compound Row, Hammer Strength Row, Hammer Strength Pulldown, Chin-ups, Seated Row, Lat Pulldown, etc. (bascially any type of pulling motion). For more tips and tricks, please visit: *******TheBestWayToExercise****
8 Apr 2009
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*******www.LeeHayward**** In this video clip I'm demonstrating a bicep and tricep super set combo with low pulley cable curls and tricep cable push downs. This is an awesome way to pump up the arms. I like to do these exercises at the beginning of my arm workouts. I'll do 2-3 super sets with about 1-2 minutes rest in between. Afterwards I'll move on to some isolation movements such as preacher curls, concentration curls, tricep extensions, etc. to finish off my arm workout.
21 Apr 2009
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*******www.patriciacrocker**** Patricia pumping up her biceps with standing barbell curls at Global Gym.
23 Apr 2009
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Resistance band bicep curls. Demo is using the red (#2) band. Buy bands from http:/www.AbsoluteGoldUK****/shop.html
15 Jun 2009
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Instructional video on how to do alternate dumbbell curls with correct form. It puts real focus on each bicep because you do one arm at a time, thus it is a very good exercise for your biceps. Visit hellosixpackabs**** for more videos, advice, exercises and workouts.
22 May 2009
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Barbell Biceps Curl 55 kg - 8 reps. Barbell Biceps Curl 65 kg - 6 reps.
22 May 2009
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*******hellosixpackabs**** - Instructional video that demonstrates how to do Alternate Hammer Curls exercise for your Biceps Muscles. It's my favorite bicep exercise, because it exercises your forearms as well. For more instructional videos, advice, workouts, exercises, tools and guides visit Hellosixpackabs.
1 Jun 2009
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